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William D. Chalmers: 2017 Travel Resolutions

Let’s face it, 2016 was annus horribilis–a really bad year!

Yet hope reigns, and 2017 offers us a clean slate.

Off with the old and on with the new; it is called the January Effect—-where we are overly optimistic and full of wishful thinking about the coming New...
, #Photography

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Pam Grout: The Big Five? Sure, but Don't Forget About Namibia's Other Endangered Species

Seeing the “Big Five” in the wild consistently holds a top spot on many a traveler’s bucket list. And it deserves every top 10 list it has ever made.

But what many travelers to Africa overlook is an even more exciting opportunity — meeting fellow humanoids who still...
, #AfricaTravel

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Kim K Returns To Social Media, People On The Internet Rejoice

The reality star first sparked interest by dropping the “West” from her handles ―only to add it back shortly after ― and sharing an intimate home video on her app. She then took to Instagram to post an adorable family photo, which is a far cry from the overtly sexy snaps she’s become known...
, #Celebrity

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This Has Got To Be The Most Beautiful Place On Earth

To find the ultimate tropical escape, follow in the footsteps of a surfer.

They’ll lead you to Tahiti, Bali, and Hawaii, of course, and under-the-radar destinations that’ll make your heart skip a beat. Case in point: the Mentawai Islands.

The island chain, located in West...
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How rate intelligence can improve your hotel revenue management performance | Focus

Developing a successful hotel revenue management strategy consists in selling the right room at the right price to the right customer at the right time to increase revenue.
Hotel Price Reporter, a cloud-based travel technology company released a new rate intelligence platform where...
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These Dazzling Long-Exposure Photos Prove That Slow Travel Is Always Worth It

(Photo Credit: Lucas Sere Peltzer/Snapwire)
There’s much to be said for slow travel. Taking extra time to savor your surroundings — without racing to catch the next bus or hustle toward the next tour — is often the best way to truly get to know a place as a traveler, not...
, #Photography

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Malaysia Will Ban Men From Waterfall, Creating Women-Only Attraction

Men, if you want to see a stunning Malaysian waterfall, you better get there quickly.
The as-yet-to-be-determined waterfall is located at Tasik Kenyir, an artificial lake in the Northeast Malaysian state of Terengganu. Making the waterfall a spot for ladies only is part of a nearly $92...
, #AsiaTravel

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Drink the World: Australia | HuffPost

Australia is a hardy, rough and tumble land. A land filled with rugged men in tight shorts that bite into the mid-thigh, where barbecue is king, and even the fluffiest creature comes equipped with enough venom to decimate Canada. A place where they call sandals thongs. To fit in in Australia...
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26 Things That Happen When You Leave California

It’s the place where you can outdoor wine taste year-round, ogle artwork beyond the walls of a museum and swim among sharks without getting hurt. In short, it’s kind of heaven on Earth.
No wonder so many painful transitions occur when you leave California.
1. It’s no...
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4 Reasons Why Nevis Is Worth Finding on a Map

By Jodi Burns
One of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets is a relatively unknown island in the West Indies called Nevis. As full-time working parents of two young girls (ages 4 and 2), my husband and I long to get away from it all together, just the two of us, each year. So when it...
, #CaribbeanTravel
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